August 06, 2008 09:00 ET

UC HUB, INC. Announces Global TV Network Sets Up 1500 International TV Stations, Signs a Deal With and Final Forum Boxing Network

LOS ANGELES, CA--(Marketwire - August 6, 2008) - UC HUB, INC. (OTCBB: UCHB), a publicly traded company currently on the Over the Counter, Announces Global TV Network begins to offer Amazon content on demand from the elaborate ISP, Also, Global TV kicks off IPTV Sports Network with Boxing and the FINAL FORUM, ENTERTAINMENT and a potential championship fight next month. As of this date Global now has over 1500 live TV stations from around the world with niche content. Global TV expects to define and differentiate the Global TV Network where everyone will have a Global CHANNEL. Global TV Network's intent is to pre-launch and brand a unique platform next week.

About UC Hub Group Inc:

UC Hub Group Inc. operates as a software development, marketing and digital distribution company for transaction-based operations on the web and mobile phone.

About Global TV Network:

The Global TV Network is an ISP Portal broadcasting in all languages around the world; their portal has been designed to open in 156 languages in all the top countries. They also stream TV programming in all languages any where in the world for the first worldwide TV broadcasting Network. Global TV Network broadcasting portal can be seen at:

View ISP Portal: (sign up free to view)

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